STAR-RT: Visual attention for real-time video game playing

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Kotseruba, Iuliia; Tsotsos, John K.;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition

In this paper we present STAR-RT - the first working prototype of Selective Tuning Attention Reference (STAR) model and Cognitive Programs (CPs). The Selective Tuning (ST) model received substantial support through psychological and neurophysiological experiments. The S... View more
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